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. >> plus we told you about it. now we're trying it. >> the hamilton beach breakfast sandwich maker. >> see what happens when breakfast is served. >> way more than i wanted. oh, no. >>> welcome become to the show, everybody. don't forget to check out rightthisminute.com. you can see today's videos all day long. >> this brand new trailer called something between is spectacularly shot and just looks gorgeous, shot over four months through europe and italy, france, switzerland, and spain. all done by studio film makers and the song behind this is summer by i heart sharks and this is the best acrobatic flying i have ever seen in a para gliding videos. check out the crazy moves. this seconds they're flying in pairs and the guy jumps off a powered para glider and takes a short free flow and the wings open up and he does incredible acrobatics off that. >> i wanted to try it until i saw him tumbling multiple times. >> he jumps off the thing and who is flying? >> two guys. one guy flying a pair glider and another went up with the unpowered para glider. that was cool. and one guy is dangling the wing
in our hilltops. cold enough for yes, snow on the radar out around mount hamilton. we'll let you know how long it's sticking around and the forecast when we come right back. sergeant. >> silicon valley giant cat who is the turning things around. ma ris sass maier is looking at a seven-figure bonus after a few months on the job. she'll receive $1.1 million for her 5 1/2 months at the helm. it supplements her annual salary of $1 million. and she also gets $56 mlion in long-term stock compensation that she received after yahoo! lured her away from google last july. she has redesigned the homepage, instituted new policies and the share prices are up 46%. >> this is about the time when facebook users start complaining. a march change is coming specifically the news feed. scott budman joins us at facebook head quarters. is it so bad, scott? >> you know, raj, every time facebook makes a big change, especially to its news feed it stirts debate and today is no exception. but there is a point here as of today, facebook wants to be the place where you get your news. it's the feature you love to use
hamilton is included. a chance of a couple inches of show. so the sky is clear tomorrow. look off to the east around south hamilton. taking with it to the south. we will see a slight chance of showers around san jose for the morning. and then for the afternoon, some instability showers on the higher hills here of napa county and then, after that, the slate is clean. the computer model is picking up on that and perhaps into the early partings of your morning commute for the south bay. and then in the afternoon, some isolated showers and then things calm down. we look to the weekend and will see some warming conditions. great news for the ski report. 10 inches of new snow and we'll continue to see snow showers there in the sierra even into early saturday. as we can see, temperatures mainly in the upper 50s. low 60s tomorrow, maybe close to 70 by sunday. so some ramdpidly changing conditionings here. sunday, when we lose the hour of sleep, it's going to be pretty outside. we'll have 60s and 70s coming back. some going for mid 70s in the valley. so we've got snow around the hills righ
car, roseburg stayed behind, letting teammate lewis hamilton take third place. hamilton gave everyone a shock when he accidentally drove into the stop. he had evidently forgotten he was now raising for another team. a surprised mclaren crew waved him through. it was settled 27 formula one victory. the controversy remains it was clearly not his best. >> onto winter sports. the ski jumping world cup came to a thrilling and today with a victory for the host country, slovenia. ashley placed 11th, but still won the overall world cup title -- athlete placed 11th, but still won the overall world cup title. >> after helping slovenia to victory in the team event on he wowed. he jumped a total of 425.5 points. there was a close second of 423.7 points. a stellar finish for the host. the highest placing german came ninth with a team roughly behind him. it leaves the germans without a podium finish at the competition. >> that's all for me for now. we will be following events in cyprus through the night. do stay with dw in the coming hours. >> this newsweek in europe was dominated by cyprus's finan
't waist a single split second. this is a team of louis hamilton and nico rossburg. hamilton is a former champion so everything runs like clock work on this. this is five minutes long. if you are an f-1 fan you can see every single angle in detail. go to rightthisminut ortm. >>> i don't think i can using my eyes. >> this film called i can they ask the question do you think you would be able to draw without the help of your eyes. >> i don't think so. i am a good painter, good artist and without my eyes i cannot. >> without seeing anything and without knowing what you are doing. >> a lot of people said i don't think that would be possible. do you think you could do it? >> no. i can't draw with my eyes. >> i can't either. >> keep watching. we start seeing little snippets of blind kids in india drawing. those kids are in a blind school in dal hi and look at their crayons, they have braille on them. so even though they can't see the color, they can read that they're either using green or yellow or blue. if you notice, they're not just drawing on a sheet of paper. they're using it over a very
several times, it is written by hamilton, hamilton believed that and this 20 year phrase is interesting. first of all, but remember we took an alliance with france to win our revolution. we had an armed neutrality with holland. washington had negotiated successfully for alliances with the indians in so far as they were nonaggression pacts. we don't shoot at you, you don't shoot at us so washington was certainly a fan of alliances. his concern was that the u.s. did not have a navy, the u.s. did not have a standing army, that we would be sucked into some sort of european war that might come over on our shores and not be able to conduct it and so he uses this term for 20 years and then he says something along the lines that at which time we will be free to act with impunity. in other words after we have established ourselves, we have an economy, we have a navy, we have an army, then we will be able to say to these people buzz off, we don't want to be part of you, we are not going to follow your rules here or there or whatever. he thought until we get to that point we were going to have to
six panel work for pg&e during the hinckley legal battles. and one of them, joshua hamilton of the marine biological lab at woods hole, got a call from pg&e asking him to work as a consultant while he was serving on e.p.a.'s chromium 6 review panel. they met on on may 12, 2011. to address a town hall meeting at the regional water board that governs hinkley on june 8, 2011. >> i am an independent toxicologist asked by pg&e to come here and speak about chromium health issues. >> reporter: the peer review report was released a month later. dr. hamilton declined our requests for an on-air interview. he later told us he reported his potential conflict to the government contractor that manages peer reviews for the epa and that they decided this did not represent a conflict of interest, particularly since he would participate in the panel before engaging with p.g.&e. in the town hall meeting. we did speak with p.g.&e. sheryl bilbrey is director of the chromium remediation team. >> his role has been to explain the toxicity of hexavalent chromium. he does not discuss any part of the
was alexander hamilton, and one to have the chapters in the book talks about hamilton's history of womanizing. for example, bill clinton was not the first, and bill clinton was not the worst when it comes to misbehavior in high office. there's a long, long history of it. and eliot spitzer, arnold schwarzenegger, john edwards, these guys -- david petraeus had nothing on alexander hamilton. and what we find is if you read, for example, letters written by martha washington during those winter camps, she was tough. she was like a soldier. she didn't complain about the weather, she didn't complain about the harsh conditions, but she did complain about one thing. there was a tom cat one winter that was misbehaving, and it was noisy, noisy, and it kept her awake at night, so she nicknamed the tom cat alexander hamilton. [laughter] i also did a book a few years ago called "life in the white house," and it was about the presidents at ease. what do they eat? what hobbies do they have? what are they like as fathers and husbands? how did their their kids turn out? as another way of assess l presidential
. >> >>> a puppy learning how to play ball. ♪ >>> guys, say hello to my little friend. this is the hamilton beach breakfast sandwich maker. it will toast everything and make the egg on the spot. >> you power the send in that compartment? >> yes, it melts the cheese, remove the separator -- >> and it's already a circle -- this is incredible. you can make your own egg mcmuffin, you can make your own whatever you want. >> all at once, you don't have to do it all separately. all of the different pots and pans for the ingredients, forget it. it's only $29.99. >>> megan and jeff, two musicians have been on the road for a long time, so they wrote a song about what it's like. >> gas is like $4.53. megan is getting tired. in austin, things will be awesome you'll see. >> so they're on their way from san francisco to austin's south by southwest festival. on the way through, he stopped at my house to perform. ♪ thank y they're joining us right now, can you tell us about the south by southwest. >> it's great mace for independent artists, and you get to meet them, and tour -- >> jeff, you just won a national
fremont avenue. this is actually believe it or not mixed precipitation over mount hamilton falling right now as as we get tighter into the east bay you notice some lighter shower activity around the east bay livermore home street around the planes we are also seeing some light showers redwood stishtion palo alto, woodside highway 280 as you notice jefferson avenue redwood city and of course there is a winter weather advisory for the monterey county hills as snow is expected to continue there until friday 3:00 a.m. so how long will you need the wipers? and when will you be able to put the umbrella away. answer the questions coming right up. >> thanks sandhya. >> san jose police investigate a strange murder case. found dead inside his own apartment. amma is live in san jose tonight at the very housing apartment where he lived and died. >> this is stranger cases. stanley jurisdiction object son found dead inside his apartment police believe he was killed here but they don't know why he was killed or how long ago. they are witnessing to hear from the medical examiner on. that now he had b
with yellow fever. it was killing people right and left. alexander hamilton had a very bad case but survived. that was part of the torment. but the real torment for washington was to see his friends and the men he respected, instead of all coming together to make a new form of government, were falling apart into two parties. he would never have believed that jefferson and madison and hamilton would become enemies of one another and that they would do everything they could to keep each other out of office instead of working together. >> before we leave this section, because we will begin working back through earlier parts of her life, you mentioned adams. martha washington had a relationship with abigail adams. i was tickled to find out there was almost a sisterhood of revolutionary ladies. can you tell us more about who was in that and how they interacted? >> they had a lot in common. they were wives who were partners, not who were stuck to the side and left out of everything, but they were both deeply committed to the idea of this new republic. they cared about it. >> they were very politic
to be the big story. we are live in novato where the power has gone out to some businesses here at hamilton marketplace, namely, two or three restaurants at the very end of the strip mall. the storm has also caused problems in the santa rosa area where crews are dealing with the downed tree. that downed tree blocking california story and gates road, with high winds not only taking down the street but cables phone lines and power lines came down with it, and it happened at at 1:15 this morning. fire crews are on the scene trying to politic it and move the tree out of roadway. it is not known how many could be without power. check this out, the drive across the golden gate bridge was very dicey, and treacherous this morning, this video was shot a short time ago when heavy storm cell was moving across the span with winds gusting over the spokesman, as well, and this was our drive through petaluma this morning, 101 north, rain hitting the wind hold past and furious and if you are driving out there, if you are starting the commute to work, anywhere in the north bay or the bay area, be careful. t
. and it will be those times. hopefully few and far dween -- between, but ♪ >> welcome to hamilton recreation and aquatics center. it is the only facility that has an integrated swimming pool and recreation center combined. we have to pools, the city's water slide, for little kids and those of you that are more daring and want to try the rockslide, we have a drop slide. >> exercises for everybody. hi have a great time. the ladies and guys that come, it is for the community and we really make it fun. people think it is only for those that play basketball or swim. >> i have been coming to the pool for a long time now. it is nice, they are sweet. >> in the aquatics center, they are very committed to combining for people in san francisco. and also ensuring that they have public safety. >> there are a lot of different personalities that come through here and it makes it very exciting all the time. they, their family or teach their kids have a swim. >> of the gem is fantastic, there is an incredible program going on there, both of my girls have learned to swim there. it is a fantastic place, check
, strong winds knocked down electricity to businesses at the hamilton marketplace for a short time. >> snow falling in the sierra. a winter storm warning is in effect until 10:00 tonight with up to 10 inches of new now -- snow. the snowfall is welcome relieve for water resource officials after our driest january and february on record. >> and this is a live look at the heavenly resort. lots of snow is expected to fall on ski resorts there before the weekend. >> we have more rain coming our way. let's check in now with spencer christian. >> we'll take a look at live doppler 7. things are quiet. most parts of the bay area are dry. we do have areas of light scattered showers closing into the north bay here. just east, sort of midway between petaluma and napa. towards mount hamilton, areas of shower activity. as we animate, you can see the movement northeast. a winter weather advisory for locations south of monterey is in effect from 10:00 in the morning to 10:00 friday morning. and... winter storm warning is in effect tomorrow night. and rainfall totals past 24 hours widely vary to 6/100ths in
opponent who you saw in that video, erica newsom, joining me now along with her agent matthew hamilton and i'm joined by loretta hunt. erica, you did just get kneed to the chin just seven days ago. how are you doing? that looked pretty brutal. >> i feel fine. i fieel great. >> i know if you're an mma fighter, you're pretty tough. i wonder what you think in the wake of this. at the time of the fight you didn't know that fallon fox was born a man. now you know. do you think it was unfair that you didn't know that at the time? >> unfair i didn't know but it didn't matter that she fought me. >> you don't think it matters? you don't think this is something that should have been disclosed? >> i feel that it should have been disclosed to me ahead of time. >> why do you think that's important for you or any other opponent of fox's to know? >> so we are aware and able to be better prepared for the situation. >> you think -- what do you think you need to be better prepared for? >> well just knowing that, you know -- help me here. >> she's trying to say knowing what you're getting into. not havin
hamilton. during the day tomorrow you may notice it. we lose the instability, the showers shut down and from sunday evening it looks dry. maybe drizzle monday morning, but it's really tuesday night, wednesday that we'll see the next system come in. we'll see a lot more rain. the weather model is picking up a little bit of rain out there. snow levels in the sierras pretty high. nothing falling at lou canyon. that's good news. we'll get a lot more but the thing coming in fur tuesday night into wednesday, a pretty moderate storm for the middle part of the week. 40s and 50s. mild, kind of muggy out there. a good 10-degree drop for temperatures which in some place did rebound into the 70s. mid 60s in plesanton and north 60s around the bay. so the forecast will give us a chance of showers at times into tomorrow. there comes the break and then an evening commute. tuesday night on into wednesday. dropping temperatures. about a foot of snow in the sierra. thursday, a few more showers and we clear out and warm up just in time for wednesday. so much needed rain and snow. >> everybody's happy.
in the dark, including at the shopping center. several restaurants at the hamilton marketplace lost their power late this morning. for many, the drive across the golden gate bridge was dicey. this cell phone video shows rain hitting the windshield pretty fast and furious. check in with our meteorologist, mike nicco, for what is happening now with live doppler 7 hd. >> much quieter. it was a notesy night for people in san francisco and up north from what i have heard and seen on twitter the winds were strong, and it made for a last noise. we do have a few showers to the north and you can see right here florence avenue, that is where one of our better radar returns is with light rain falling headed to the northeast at 30 to 35 miles per hour and hitting santa rosa in 11 minutes and we have a storm that is about 10 or 15 minutes away from st. helena, just the latest update, that is headed to the northeast at 30 to 35 miles per hour. the most rain is up north and in the sierra the next couple of hours. we will have a stray shower possible. you can see the sun has come out. that will irr
through the san jose picture. we have a little in san jose moving towards mount hamilton. we will be done with that in the next 30 minutes or so. that's the nature of what we will continue to find tonight. how about the rain? major rainfall that varied widely over an inch to aspen bay. and 24-hour wind gusts that topped nearly 60-mile-per-hour in fremont. san jose with a top wind gust of 38. now here comes the coastal storm system for thursday. it's going to be a very tricky storm track. if it moves more inland, we could see more activity in the pacific and may not see anything at all. we'll detail the time line and when the best chance will be in the thunderstorm coming up. >> jeff, we'll see you in a little bit. >>> they thought it was his boat. two of three people arrested when the stolen boat ran aground are out of jail tonight. the san mateo county district believed their story that the third person on board, leslie gardner, convinced them he recently inherited that multimillion dollar sailboat. he is being held on $1 million bond. the sailboat got stuck at 5:30 on sunday morning. fi
a little bit of snow falling over mount hamilton here at 7:00 tonight. showers start to wind down by 5:00 a.m. maybe isolated returns for the commute start of the commute then afternoon looking at partly cloudy skies here friday. rainfall totals... well, where it does rain, east bay mountains up to half an inch, possible here is a look at what is coming up for the morning. there may be some slick streets due to showers but most areas will be drying out. upper 30s to mid-40s. then, tomorrow afternoon, temperatures will be ranging from mid-50s low 60s much like you'll see sun there. 59 oakland, palo alto, 59 degrees livermore san jose, 60. 62 degrees in santa cruz. here is a look at the accu-weather forecast. it will be partly cloudy tomorrow afternoon. sunny skies milder temperatures over the weekend and don't forget 2:00 a.m. sunday, so you'll want to spring forward. look at the numbers by monday. mid-70s inland. low 60s coast side we're going to keep it on the mild side inland valleys low 70s. temperatures will be falling a few degrees. now, don't forget abc 7 news has another great weathe
into a management role. louis hamilton has taken the place of michael schumaker and the new head of the motorsport cast doubt on the future of team principal. >> there are a few areas i would like to make changes but i need to find out more before i act. we will have to wait and see. >> mercedes got a boost during testing for the new season. no one was faster. >> incredible. it is a great feeling. it seems to be a perfect fit. >> but it will be a huge tchodge close the gap on red bull and ferrari. the only thing certain about the new season is it could be one of the tightest and most exciting in recent memory. >> all right. now we will talk about something faster than the cars. physicists in switzerland believed they discovered a god particle. it is what gives matter its mass. in theory at least. >> scientists at the research facility say they have proof that the particle exists using the largest atom smash near the world they hurled protons against each other to confirm their theories. >> i didn't even hear the protons hitting each other. must have had the music on too loud. that will wrap up thi
and authority. it is awful. >> tim hamilton has come here for years, but he never met kaufman. >> hearing smk like this is shocking. it is absolutely unacceptable. i hope the charges are not true. >> he was charged with three felony and two misdemeanor counts of molesting a boy between september of 2005 and june 2012. she charged with another misdemeanor for videotaping another child while the boy was in the bath roo. he was arrested for the first alleged molestations after parents complained and was not charged. days later he attempted suicide according to police. they say they searched in san leandro, but he is no where to be under to. we went to his home which was shut up tight. neighbors say they don't though the man. kaufman keeps to himself. >> he drives down the street and never turns his head. >> police have not said there are other victims that are asking anyone with information to give them a call. they are also asking kaufman to turn himself in. in san leandro, thomas roman, abc news. >> thanks very much. all is quiet once again in a vallejo neighborhood after a terrifying afternoo
clouds over the diablo range or toward mt. hamilton. most of this will rotate in tomorrow. 250s25050 -- 50s up on the temps. 50s and 60s down in southern california. the low son its way. but it's going to be tomorrow more so than today. thick fog. kind of humid inland. temperatures mid 70s. it's conceivable. some areas could get closer to 80. brentwood i went 77 there. 60s on the coast.
suspect in jail. it happened in the 1200 block in the east hamilton avenue resident. when the resident confronted him the man ran away. police caught the suspect a short distance away. they say he was in possession of a stolen peace of property inside the home. >> if nobody was home at that point, we're noticing possibly burglars are happening. >> burglars like this one are happening all over the bay area. >>> the search is over. the young museum in san francisco finally has a new director. some employees describe as a period of turmoil. >> reporter: workers here at the de young museum hasn't had a director over the last 6 months. during that time, there's been a contentious labor dispute. today the man who will head up san francisco fine arts museum promise to address employee morale. >> if gives me great pleasure to announce new director is colin d. bailey. >> reporter: the announcement was made this afternoon. 57-year-old colin bailey appointed as director of the de young museum. although board president diane doesn't see it th
. that is the fog. there could still be pop up clouds over the diablo range or toward mt. hamilton. most of this will rotate in tomorrow. 250s25050 -- 50s up on the temps. 50s and 60s down in southern california. the low son its way. but it's going to be tomorrow more so than today. thick fog. kind of humid inland. temperatures mid 70s. it's conceivable. some areas could get closer to 80. brentwood i went 77 there. 60s on the coast. monday morning clearing. tuesday looks sunny. >>> coming up next we have breaking news from san francisco. a car crashed into a home in the cities bay view district. also a rolling gun battle involving two cars in the city's western edition. >>> and a polling singer goes public tied with her own remarks about gays. >>> westbound 237 nothing crazy here. it looks pretty good as you drive across 880. >>> we are live in san francisco where a car plows into a house in the hunters point neighborhood. we will tell you what the victims here are saying about this experience. >>> we're live in san jose where police need your he
miss hamilton. this is four days after a successful kidney transplant. congratulations to caved. >> look at this one. these are her kids. they are getting into the spirit. you can send us your photos or upload them to our facebook page. stay with us. we will be right back. mary gonzales had a cold she also has asthma. so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life. i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive . >>> rapper lilwayne appears to be recovering. >> bird man visited him in los angeles. he tweeted that lil wayne would be home soon. he suffered several seizures and had high amounts of codeine in his system. daunte stall worth is is expected to be okay after suffering burn insist a hot air balloon crash. the balloon they were in hit power lines in miami. the 10 year nfl vet played in on
precipitation in the higher peak around mount hamilton and farther south, south of monterey we have a wide area of rainfall as well and important to point that out because we have a winter weather advisory in effect for this area above 3000 feet. parts of monterey county until 3:00 o'clock tomorrow morning. speaking of winter weather over the sierra snow fall is now winding down. look at the weekend forecast in just a few minutes. >> okay spencer thanks very much. >> the bicyclist accused of hitting and killing pedestrians in san francisco last year ordered to stand trial on felony vehicular manslaughter charges. as carolyn tyler explains, this may the first time in california that a bicyclist faced this level of prosecution. >> chris and his attorney had no comment today. the 36-year-old man is accused of ramming his bicycle into a pedestrians at castro and market street in san francisco last march. the victim 71-year-old died few days late later. during the preliminary hearing several witnesses testified the bicyclist was speeding through red light and stop signs. and though the defens
sprinkles showing up. santa cruz mountains, also out to mt. hamilton, a convergence on setting up over the south bay. a weather system passing by to the east may give us a few isolated showers in the south bay until 6:00, 7:00 and then the cloud cover starts to break up as north winds continue to dry things out. part of the reason we're seeing now is high pressure building back behind that area of low pressure that brought us the rain yesterday and as that high steps up, we'll see a little bit of this on sunday, a lot more monday through thursday of next week. the valley soaring into the 70s and i do think areas south of san jose, morgan hill, down to gilroy and hols ter, mid to upper 70s by the middle part of next week. hour by hour for tomorrow, what you'll notice is those clouds for the morning but then sunny skies all the way through the weekend. high pressure not only preventing the low clouds from hugging the coastline but not much in the way of high clouds either to wrap up the weekend. 30s and 40s to wake up tomorrow morning as we look at the numbers in the 40s around san jose.
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